New location to expand firm’s reach in western U.S.
The $49.4 million design-build project was completed in two phases.
New strategic alliance to strengthen recreational and industrial refrigeration services.
Scott Mark named Senior Vice President of Food Manufacturing & Logistics; Todd Allsup named Division Vice President of Corporate Sales; and Wyatt Payne named Division Vice President of newly formed Field Services, Quality and Safety group.
The announcements come as Stellar concludes a successful fiscal year 2019
Ferguson turned to Stellar to help complete the design and construction of the new Jacksonville facility after outgrowing its previous space
The $7.7 million project includes a new entry area, kitchen remodel, seismic upgrades.
The firm was recognized for its work for Jacksonville University, U.S. Cold Storage and Tom Bush Volkswagen.
The Divisional Vice President of Design and Engineering was one of only 14 honorees named to the inaugural class.
The senior project manager will help steer the UNF Construction Management Department.
The $20 million facility will house the School of Applied Health Sciences, the School of Orthodontics and the Keigwin School of Nursing graduate programs.
The $121 million design-build project added 150,000 square feet to the existing building, nearly doubling its original size.
Relocated, state-of-the-art facilities to better serve clients in Southeast and South Central U.S.
The $2.8 million project will add an 8,700-square-foot building and 100 parking new parking spaces.
Grand re-opening celebrates latest phase of modernizations for Tom Bush Family of Dealerships
The design-build project for the 300,000-square-foot dairy facility will be completed in 2020
The company received the award at the 29th annual Excellence in Construction® Awards gala during the 2019 ABC Convention.
$3.3 million expansion adds 26,000 square feet and additional parking
Award program recognizes local businesses that give employees time and opportunities to improve the community
Men’s and women’s teams begin using the $1.8 million facility for 2019 season